[mythtv-users] Any Blu-Ray success stories?
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Thu Sep 11 16:32:43 UTC 2008
On Thu, 2008-09-11 at 12:30 -0400, Norm wrote:
> > > I was able to use software to rip the Blu-ray to disk and then watch it
> > > with no problems -- so long as you have a fast system. There are some
> > > linux tools but I haven't been able to get linux ripping to work for me
> > > yet but I have been able to mount Blu-ray drives without a problem.
> > > mplayer will play the blu-ray movie after the aacs is removed. No menus
> > > and such yet. Hopefully mplayer will get there eventually.
> > >
> > > Norm
> > >
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> > Mind sharing how you mounted your Blu-Ray drive..I tried it with no joy.
> > I wonder about Anydvd run under wine or VM.
> > thanks
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> You need to download the new udf 2.5 driver and replace the udf driver
> in the kernel. http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf is where the
> driver can be found.
> Ubuntu forums have some details on how to do it as well - just don't
> have the url available.
> Once you have modprobed the udf 2.5 driver, you should be able to mount
> the blu-ray disk same was as a DVD. I haven't tried Anydvd on wine, but
> that would be interesting. I would really like to be able to utilize
> the blu-ray menu on the disks since a lot of the benefits of a blu-ray
> is the extra content as well. You can get it off the disc using Anydvd
> but not the same. Hopefully one day...
I stand corrected -- check this link
It mentions the right driver is in the 2.6.26 kernel. It also talks
about DumpHD and a few other linux tools that can be played with.
DumpHD seemed to work but the video was garbled compared to AnyDVD's
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